Daniel E. Zoughbie is Lecturer in International and Area Studies at the University of California, Berkeley and Vice Chair of CMES. He also directs the MENA-3D Statecraft Program, which explores the ways in which a balanced foreign policy that prioritizes socio-economic development and diplomatic activities can advance regional and international security.
He is the founder of Microclinic International, a not-for-profit development organization that seeks to revolutionize how deadly diseases are prevented and managed worldwide. Previously, he was an International Security Program Research Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School, a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law, and a Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs. Dr. Zoughbie received his BA from UC Berkeley, graduating Phi Beta Kappa and with Highest Honors. He received an MSc in Social Anthropology as a Marshall Scholar and a DPhil (PhD) in International Relations as a Weidenfeld Scholar, both from the University of Oxford.
Zoughbie, DE et al, A social-network behavioral health program on sustained long-term body weight and glycemic outcomes: 2-year follow-up of a 4-month Microclinic Health Program in Jordan. Preventative Medicine Reports 2018
Zoughbie, Daniel E. (2014) Indecision Points: George W. Bush and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. MIT Press.
Keywords: US Foreign Policy; Middle East and North Africa; Public Health; Development; Social Networks